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Ga., N.C. learn: LGBT discrimination is bad for business

Ga., N.C. learn: LGBT discrimination is bad for business

Here are two questions that appear unrelated but turn out to be closely intertwined: What constitutes a "business friendly" environment at the state level, and when do the rights of individuals not to be discriminated against transcend the rights of those who wish to discriminate against them on religious grounds?

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal appears to have figured out the correct answers. On Monday, he vetoed legislation that would have allowed businesses and non-profit groups to discriminate against same-sex couples by claiming that equal treatment violates their religious views. The so-called "license to discriminate" proposal drew national attention after...

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